Just because school is out doesn't mean that kids don't still need help getting a healthy breakfast or lunch. Thankfully, the Park City School District has a solution:

Who says there is no such thing as a free lunch or breakfast? This summer there is. The only catch is that you must be 18 years old or younger to participate. From June 21 until July 29, breakfast and lunch will be served Monday through Thursday at McPolin Elementary School (2270 Kearns Blvd.) in Park City. Breakfast will be from 8:30 am to 9:00 am; lunch will be served from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm.

All children are welcome. No child will be turned away.

The program hopes to serve over to 4,000 meals over the course of summer. “It’s a great program that helps ensure kids get nutritious meals this summer,” says Kathleen Britton, Food Services Director for Park City School District. It is also a great way to help stretch the family food budget.

The Summer Food Program is federally funded and administered locally by the Park City School Nutrition Program. For more information, contact the Park City School District Lunch Office at 435-615-0224.

The United States Department of Agriculture and the Park City School District are non-discriminatory providers.